A video demonstration of a 3D-printed semiautomatic .22 pistol debuted on Liveleak this week. The receiver of the gun is 3D printed and glued together along with other metal parts.
The text underneath the video reads:
The pistol version of the popular Ruger 10/22 rifle, the Ruger Charger comes standard with 10-round flush magazines and can accept high-capacity mags holding 30 rounds or more. As demonstrated, making one with a cheap small-format 3D printer and some parts purchased on the internet (with no paperwork) is trivially easy.
This gun seems like a big step forward in the 3D printed gun industry.
The narrator, “Buck Ofama” dubs the gun a success, and says that if it is confiscated he will “simply printed another one.”